Sleep Apnea and Nighttime Acute Coronary Syndrome

Sleep Apnea and disordered sleep could be part of predisposing factors for ACS , an acute coronary syndrome, according to studies regarding excess visceral fat , sleep-disordered breathing . These two associated with nighttime triggered hypoadiponectinoemia and nocturnal dysregulation of circulating adiponectin levels manifested themselves in patients with ACS, according to online citation of American Journal of Cardiology. Treating the sleep disordered breathing and the visceral fat could decrease the risk of the ACS.
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